How to Get Funding as a Latinx or Black Founder

Female Founders Talking

Despite increasing diversity in many parts of the country, Black and Latinx entrepreneurs are still being left behind in business. To put things into perspective, a survey conducted by the US Census reveals that a fifth of Massachusetts’ population is Black and Latinx, and yet only 3% of businesses with employees in the state are owned by … more

The Femtech Startup Boom: 10 Companies to Follow

The femtech sector is finally having its moment, offering a broad range of innovations to improve women’s well-being. There are many reasons behind the boom. Many female issues once seen as taboo are now widely talked about, making them more marketable.  There’s also the recognition of women’s health as an issue affecting everyone. As Thang … more

8 Venture Capital Funds Seeking Diversity in Investments in 2021

Traditionally, venture capital has been largely inaccessible to women and people of color. Black and Latinx founders accounted for less than 4% of venture capital deals in 2019, and women received just 2.3% of available funding in 2020. Despite these historical trends, many venture capital groups today actively seek diversity in their investments. Here’s a … more

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